The Premier League season ground to a halt on Friday when it was announced that the competition would be suspended until at least April 4th as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
While clubs including Everton, Leicester City, Chelsea and Arsenal have some of their players and staff have had to go into self isolation as a result of the virus (Sky).
Tottenham have been relatively unaffected by the outbreak to date and staff continue to work at both the Hotspur Way training ground and also at Lilywhite House which is located next to the new stadium (Football.London).
The Athletic have revealed that filming is continuing for the upcoming Amazon docuseries All or Nothing which charts the club’s journey during the 2019/20 campaign.
They report that the outbreak of the virus is also likely to make it into the multi-part series which will behind-the-scenes as well as a unique insight into the day-to-day workings at the training ground and club offices.
Cameras are continuing to follow players and staff on and off the pitch with their job made easier by the fact that many cameras were installed and fitted at Hotspur Way and operated from a gallery which avoids the need for people to be on-site.
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